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Pakistan: Army defend the title
D1 Standings
 1. Army 1-0 
 2. Air Force 0-0 
 3. Navy 0-0 
 4. NWFP 0-0 
 5. Railways 0-0 
 6. Rangers 0-0 
 7. Wapda 0-0 


Ilyas to captain Pakistan - Mar 12, 2005

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Muhammad Ilyas was named to lead Pakistan in the basketball tournament of the first Islamic Solidarity Games to be hosted by Saudi Arabia from April 8.
The ad hoc committee of the Pakistan Amateur Basketball Federation announced the 12-member team in Islamabad on Saturday.
As Pakistan will feature in an international basketball tournament after a long gap of 10 years, the entire team is made up of inexperienced players.
Pakistan last fielded their basketball team in the 1995 SAF Games where they finished runners-up to hosts India.
Besides captain Ilyas, other members of the team are Atif Riaz, Pervaiz Hussain, Khalid Ahmed, Mir Alam Khan, Muddasir Khan, Waheed Iqbal, Sher Bahadur, Ghulam Mustafa, Imran Munawar, Muhammad Prem Shehzad and Muhammad Akhtar. Adnan Khan and Shehryar were named as reserves.
Lt Col Naseem Butt, who is also the secretary of the PABBF ad hoc committee, will manage the team in Saudi Arabia while former Pakistan captains Chaudhry Mohammad Bashir and Ghulam Haider are the coaches.
As many 24 players were selected for a training camp after the National Basketball Championship held in the NWFP city of Nowshera in December last year. The camp began on January 10 at the Pakistan Sports Complex in Islamabad.
The number of players at the training camp were trimmed to 14 late last month.
Pakistan have been placed in Group D of the Islamic Games tournament along with Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Tajikistan and Chad. As many as 22 teams are taking part in the event's basketball championship.  

Army defend National Basketball Championship title - 1 Year ago
Pakistan Army successfully defended their title after defeating archrivals Pakistan WAPDA 71-45 in the final of the National Basketball Championship that concluded at the Sports Board Punjab Courts here on Monday. It was a hotly contested final between the two traditional rivals of national sports in which players of both teams amused the spectators amid their good putting, passing and scoring. Army exerted pressure on their opponents in the beginning of the first quarter through Rashid a...   [read more]
UCP win Inter-varsity Men's Basketball - 2 Years ago
University of Central Punjab (UCP) won the Pakistan Inter-varsity Men's Basketball Championship 2017 after defeating Punjab University 78-57 in the final here at Jahangir Khan Indoor Complex, Bahria University, Naval Complex, on Thursday. UCP was on top of the final right from the start and they never allowed PU to stand any chance of showing their game. UCP were leading by 8 baskets after the first quarter and they maintained 8 points lead in the second quarter   [read more]
PSB refuses to sponsor basketball teams for Islamic Games - 2 Years ago
Pakistan's men and women basketball teams' participation in the Islamic Games is in jeopardy as Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) has removed the discipline from the list of the disciplines which the state will sponsor. A senior official of the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) Khalid Mehmood told 'The News' from Lahore on Thursday that the Board had decided not to sponsor basketball teams which had been training for the last three months. Each team consists of four players and has one officia...   [read more]

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